In the forum the religious posts have been separated from the rest of the posts, and it is so nice. In the answers section it is still dominated by religion. I would love to be able to participate in the Q&A without wading through all of that.
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by emievil7 years ago
I've been thinking of creating another account here in HP for an entirely different targeted audience and more focused topics. If you will read my hubs, you'll see that I write about different things / topics hence the...
by Thomas Swan3 years ago
I have some questions for the experienced bloggers here.I used to have a Bubblews account that I deleted when their dishonest practices became clear to me. I was careful to copy my 70 posts into a word document to use...
by Raye8 years ago
In a lot of the threads I read, people hit quote/reply and there's no reason to be quoting anything based on their comment. And often with inappropriate URL posts, these then get reproduced throughout the thread,...
by John Hollywood15 months ago
As an out gay man, I'd like to address a topic that I've noticed in recent months that's extremely disturbing. Specifically, I'm talking about forum posts that are nothing more than homophobic sentiments, disguised in...
by schoolgirlforreal7 years ago
Ok, this has been a question in my mind for a while now.I actually am getting a headache so I'm gonna hurry this up.1) I click on out of curiosity--but it's getting mighty old if you ask me. mighty old.2)Why do you...
by Bernard J. Toulgoat5 years ago
It is my opinion that there should be different places to address these two very different topics. Considering the growing number of senselessly religious flavored hubs, any serious and honest philosophical dicussion is...
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